I play (insert sport here) 2-3 times per week, should I still do cardio?
If you are involved in sports then you can count that as your cardio workout. So on a day that you are playing a particular sport, you won’t need to do a cardio workout. Only do cardio workouts on days that you are not active or lifting weights.
I don’t like certain foods, do I have to eat what’s specifically laid out inside?
No! Everything in the nutrition plan can be substituted.
What about pre and post workout supplements and nutrition?
This will be covered in the supplement guide once you have finished downloading the program. Go do it now
I’m going out for dinner with some friends on the weekend. How should I handle eating out at social occasions without screwing up my diet?
This is covered extensively in the restaurant survival guide
I'm an experienced lifter, is this program for me?
Yes, this program emphasizes a lot of density training and CNS training. Most seasoned bodybuilders don't focus on this type of training. I highly recommend investing especially if you have hit a strength plateau. The badass body blueprint will teach you to reignite your strength sensitivity so that you can continue making gains and blast through any plateau.
Will this program require a ton of equipment?
No, everything can be done at your local gym or even at your home providing you have some basic equipment (this is covered in the blueprint)
How Long Is Required To Add Good Mass, Assuming Average Genetics?
For the average trainee, you’re going to need about 8-12 weeks of a solid mass-building program to really see appreciable results. Some people can gain muscle in a lot less time, but they are outliers.
If your body fat is reasonably low, you can eat more (insulin sensitivity will be higher), and gain muscle more quickly. If you’re on the heavier side, you’d need to take it a bit slower.
Alcohol. How Should I Handle Drinking During The Program?
Ah, great question. Yes, let’s cover this first. Let me just say this: during the first month of training, I want you to consume as little alcohol as possible; ideally, NONE. This level of restriction is just for the first month, and is intended to help create a beneficial hormonal environment that will allow for better progress over the rest of the program. Once you hit month two, we can add in some alcohol, assuming you can handle it. That said, a few drinks with dinner is one thing, but I would prefer you not go out and get wasted.